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European Feeling! What is the European feeling?. Content: History of European Feeling The European countries The Euro Then and now Our opinion.

Dec 22, 2015

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  • European Feeling! What is the European feeling?
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  • Content: History of European Feeling The European countries The Euro Then and now Our opinion
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  • History of European Feeling At first the EU was made to make an end at the wars between Neighbour Countries.The politicians signed a treaty. Nowadays 27 countries cooperate with each other to make a better world, starting in Europe. The laws, finances, policy and far, far more subjects are in the hands of the EU. A lot of that particular countries paying with the same money: The Euro. This all started at the end of World War 2nd. Lets hope this was the last war between countries.
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  • The European countries. Belgium Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Brussels Total area: 30 158 km Population: 10.5 million Currency: euro language: French, Dutch, German FrenchDutchGerman
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  • Austria Year of EU entry: 1995 Political system: Federal republic Capital city: Vienna Total area: 83 858 km Population: 8.3 million Currency: euro language: German German Bulgaria Year of EU entry: 2007 Political system: Republic Capital city: Sofia Total area: 111 000 km Population: 7.7 million Currency: Lev language: Bulgarian Bulgarian
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  • Cyprus Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Nicosia Total area: 9 000 km Population: 0.8 million Currency: Cyprus pound language: Greek, English GreekEnglish Czech Republic Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Prague Total area: 79 000 km Population: 10.3 million Currency: Czech koruna language: Czech Czech
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  • Denmark Year of EU entry: 1973 Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Copenhagen Total area: 43 094 km Population: 5.4 million Currency: Danish krone language: Danish Danish Estonia Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Tallinn Total area: 45 000 km Population:1.3 million Currency: Estonian kroon language: Estonian Estonian
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  • Finland Year of EU entry: 1995 Political system: Republic Capital city: Helsinki Total area: 338 000 km Population: 5.3 million Currency: euro Listen to the official EU language: Finnish, Swedish FinnishSwedish France Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Republic Capital city: Paris Total area: 550 000 km Population: 60.9 million Currency: euro language: French French
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  • Germany Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Federal republic Capital city: Berlin Total area: 356 854 km Population: 82.5 million Currency: euro language: German German Greece Year of EU entry: 1981 Political system: Republic Capital city: Athens Total area: 131 957 km Population: 11.1 million Currency: euro language: Greek Greek
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  • Hungary Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Budapest Total area: 93 000 km Population: 10.1 million Currency: Forint language: Hungarian Hungarian Ireland Year of EU entry: 1973 Political system: Republic Capital city: Dublin Total area: 70 000 km Population: 4.2 million Currency: euro language: English, Irish EnglishIrish
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  • Italy Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Republic Capital city: Rome Total area: 301 263 km Population: 58.8 million Currency: euro language: Italian Italian Latvia Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Riga Total area: 65 000 km Population: 2.3 million Currency: Lats language : Latvian Latvian
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  • Lithuania Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Vilnius Total area: 65 300 km Population: 3.4 million Currency: Litas language: Lithuanian Lithuanian Luxembourg Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Luxembourg Total area: 2 586 km Population: 0.5 million Currency: euro language: French, German FrenchGerman
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  • Malta Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Valletta Total area: 316 km Population: 0.4 million Currency: Maltese lira language: Maltese, English MalteseEnglish Netherlands Year of EU entry: Founding member Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Amsterdam Total area: 41 864 km Population: 16.3 million Currency: euro language: Dutch Dutch
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  • Poland Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Warsaw Total area: 313 000 km Population: 38.1 million Currency: Zloty language: Polish Polish Portugal Year of EU entry: 1986 Political system: Republic Capital city: Lisbon Total area: 92 072 km Population: 10.6 million Currency: euro language: Portuguese Portuguese
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  • Romania Year of EU entry: 2007 Political system: Republic Capital city: Bucharest Total area: 238 000 km Population: 21.6 million Currency: Leu language: Romanian Romanian Slovakia Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Bratislava Total area: 49 000 km Population: 5.4 million Currency: Slovak koruna language: Slovak Slovak
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  • Slovenia Year of EU entry: 2004 Political system: Republic Capital city: Ljubljana Total area: 20 000 km Population: 2 million Currency: euro language: Slovenian Slovenian Spain Year of EU entry: 1986 Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Madrid Total area: 504 782 km Population: 43.8 million Currency: euro language: Spanish Spanish
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  • Sweden Year of EU entry: 1995 Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: Stockholm Total area: 450 000 km Population:9.0 million Currency: Swedish krona language: Swedish Swedish United Kingdom Year of EU entry: 1973 Political system: Constitutional monarchy Capital city: London Total area: 242 500 km Population: 60.4 million Currency: Pound sterling language: English English
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  • The Euro The most persons know Europe has got a new sort of money: The Euro. Most European countries pay with this new kind of money. It is far more handy, because you wont have to change your money into other money, when you go on holiday for instance.
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  • The official sign for Euro is: Everybody understands better if the ammount is in the same sign. You can pay with the Euro since: 2002. The countries that pay with the Euro are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany,Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and of course Spain.
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  • Then and now Europe has changed a lot in a couple of years. We all know that the World War changed a lot on the map. We are going to show you now what Europe looked like a few years ago, and what it looks like now.
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  • Europe then: The political situation in 1939: The Entente The Axis-powers Sovjet-Union
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  • As you can see Italy was still neutral in that part of the war. A lot of coutries were. At this point there was not much left of the European feeling. Europe was a dangerous place at that time, where you couldnt be sure of a future.
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  • Europe now:
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  • All the countries are equal to each other. The European feeling is back. There arent any wars anymore, so you can feel safe now. There arent any political problems anymore, so Europe is now One. Can you feel it? The European feeling?
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  • intervieuws we asked a couple of persons 3 questions about the European Feeling. The questions were: -Do you think Europe is One? -Are you happy with the Euro? -Do you want a multicultural Europe?
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  • The answers to the questions were: Question 1:Question 2:Question 3: Person 1: Yes No Yes Person 2: Yes No No Person 3: Yes No Yes Person 4: No Yes Yes Person 5: No No No Person 6: Yes Yes No Person 7: No Yes No Person 8: Yes Yes No Person 9: Yes No Yes Person 10: Yes No Yes
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  • Total:
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  • Our Opinions: Vivian: I like the European feeling. If you go to another country you are accepted and welcomed. Paying with the same money is very handy. But I also would like to change money. That you can pass the border is also very helpful. You dont have to show youre passport. I like to go to different countries, every country is different.
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  • Our opinion: Eline: I really like the way it is. Everyones the same. Everywhere you go, your always welcome. People are interested in where you come from. Your religion. Everywhere, in every country, you have so many cultures, I like that. Everywheres home. I like the European feeling the way it is now.
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  • The End! This was our presentation about the European Feeling. I hope you understood. If you have questions, feel free to contact us. We hope you enjoyed! Greetings: Eline and Vivian, The Netherlands
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  • Made By: Eline Vivian Special thanks to: Enno Keurentjes Het Baken Park Lyceum